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The barn your horses would want you to build!

The High Plains

Part of our raised-center-aisle series, the High Plains reflects our take on an open-air raised-center-aisle barn inspired by the High Plains region of northern Texas. The barn combines traditional spaces like tack, feed and stalls along the front of the barn with a 36-ft wide covered run-in along the back of the barn. The rear shed space is designed with flexibility in mind for future stall build-out or to create temporary stall-like spaces - whether for separating an injured horse from the herd or to provide a barrier between horses when feeding, etc. 

Our Process: Pick a plan  >  Customize the plan  >  Use our suppliers, or your own, to bring the plan to life! 

Example Renderings
High Plains horse barn rendering_front perspective view
High Plains horse barn rendering_run-in perspective view
High Plains horse barn rendering_front elevation view
High Plains horse barn rendering_rear elevation view
High Plains horse barn rendering_side elevation view
Concept Images

Conceptual images shown here are auto-generated (imperfectly) by the software used to model our horse barns. We are currently developing more accurate, photo-realistic renderings for each barn -- coming soon. 

Example Floor Plan
High Plains horse barn_example floor plan layout

Size & layout can be customized. 

Benefits of a Sustainable Stables Barn

  • Pre-design efficiency meets flexibility of customization

  • Designed with horses' well-being in mind, including options for group housing 

  • Better integration with turnout for improved land management & horse health

  • Use of sustainable building materials, including choice of wood, metal or both

  • Save money via access to discounted material pricing

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